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2019 Zacharias Moschofilero White

2019 Zacharias Moschofilero White
Volume: 750 mL , Alcohol: 13%




100% Moschofilero


Fresh citrus wrapped up in rose petals


A citrus creamsicle coats your cheeks and lingers for just the right amount of time



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More about this wine from Nemea Valley, Corinth, Peloponnese, Greece
Moschofilero is a grape you've likely never heard of — unless you went summering in Mykonos and lived to tell about it. It’s white and aromatic, grown throughout much of Greece, primarily in Peloponnese where it's most often used to make dry, bold wines with a lot of spice and perfume. And in Nemea, winery Zacharias, which has been putting out under-appreciated wines since 1960, made this intriguing bottle. Aflow with citrus and rose petals and mint, it’s perfect for sipping around the infinity pool overlooking the Aegean, or in the dead of a New England winter when you just need to pretend you are.
How to drink it

Pro Tip:

This round and full white wine is quintessential Greek style so we paired it up with Moussaka AKA a classic Greek dish

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Try it with our Moussaka recipe.